Williamsburg carried the Clermont County banner the furthest in the baseball tournament. The Wildcats concluded a respectable campaign with an overall 10-11 record, but were 5-2 outside of Southern Buckeye Conference competition.
Milford girls garnered fifth place Greater Miami Conference track and field championships. Colerain was the champion of the 10-team meet with a total of 149.5 points; the E-Gals earned 38.
Clermont County dominated the Division II district track and field championships that took place at New Richmond High School. Twelve Clermont countians won titles in 11 events.
Adam Chambers of Glen Este and Kayla Wakefield of Amelia, both juniors, were Clermont County
East Clinton won the boys track and field championship of the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division. The Astros (EC) scored 135 points, Blanchester (Bl) 94, Batavia (B) 83, Williamsburg (W) 76, Felicity (F) 61, and Georgetown (G) 58.
Goshen won both divisions of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) American Division Track and Field Championships. Bethel-Tate was the site of the event that took place in cold and rain.
Rain has been the biggest obstacle for Clermont County
Amelia, New Richmond, Bethel-Tate, and Felicity all battled their way to victory in the opening round of their repsective sectional tournaments.
Six former Clermont County high school stars are running toward the opportunity to renew their stellar football careers. The Clermont countians are practicing with the Southern Ohio Patriots, a semi-pro team that has staked out Anderson High School for home games.
New Richmond emerged victorious in the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) varsity boys tennis race following a hard-earned, exciting finish against second place Clermont Northeastern. New Richmond and Northeastern closed out their respective Southern Buckeye Conference campaigns by splitting. CNE won the first showdown 4-1.